All stories by T P Sreenivasan
Clubhouse's Challenge to Facebook/TwitterRediff.com3 Jul 2021
Like the other platforms, the Clubhouse will have more users in India than anywhere else because of the interest we have in knowing what others are doing and in letting others know about our activities, predicts T P Sreenivasan.
UNHCHR action on CAA is illegal, violates UN normsRediff.com6 Mar 2020
Interestingly, India had objected to the establishment of a UNHCHR when it was proposed by the US at the Vienna Conference on Human Rights in July 1993 and the whole proposal was remitted to the General Assembly in New York because India and others said that the whole issue should be examined in detail, says Ambassador T P Sreenivasan, who had led the Indian delegation for negotiating the terms of the HCHR.
Mr Sandhu Goes to WashingtonRediff.com17 Jan 2020
'Taranjit has the ideal temperament to deal with the Americans who understand firmness and appreciate flexibility.' 'He can hold his ground with a cheerful face and still make it clear that India and the US are partners, rivals,' says Ambassador T P Sreenivasan.
Modi has done India proudRediff.com28 Sep 2019
'If the UN is New York's talking shop, he made it into Harrod's, London,' says Ambassador TPS Sreenivasan.
Anyone know what Modi and Xi discussed?Rediff.com1 Aug 2018
'Till today, we don't know what PM Modi discussed with Xi Jinping and Vladimir Putin, but we have been told that the relations have been reset.' 'We have no evidence from China to show that anything has changed, even though India had made several gestures in preparation for Wuhan,' says Ambassador T P Sreenivasan.
The Indian who challenged EinsteinRediff.com15 May 2018
'He was nominated for the Nobel Prize 9 times and several scientists wrote to the academy pointing out the injustice.' Ambassador T P Sreenivasan remembers E C G Sudarshan, the legendary physicist who passed into the ages on Monday, May 14.
Why Bolton's appointment is dangerous for the worldRediff.com26 Mar 2018
'Unlike Trump, who has an isolationist approach, Bolton would like to roam around the world, trampling upon any sign of dissent,' says Ambassador T P Sreenivasan.
'Till yesterday, you were glowing in your exalted place like a queen'Rediff.com3 Mar 2018
'The very fact that she survived her migration to Bollywood, where many young lives have been sacrificed or abandoned to the streets, bears testimony to her grit, determination and good fortune,' says Ambassador T P Sreenivasan.
Pakistan is many years behind us in everythingRediff.com11 Dec 2017
'Islamabad is only as big as a Delhi suburb.' 'How can a city with just two five star hotels and only one departure gate at their international airport be compared to Delhi with its sprawling airport?' Ambassador T P Sreenivasan finds the pulse of Pakistan after visiting Islamabad for the first time.
When a big nation is led by a small manRediff.com28 Nov 2017
'Presidents may come and go, but America will go on forever,' an American business leader tells Ambassador T P Sreenivasan in New York.
Nobel Prize went to an idea whose time has not comeRediff.com11 Oct 2017
To imagine that no one contributed to global peace to deserve the prize in 2017 is to be extremely cynical about peacemakers around the globe.
India-Pakistan fireworks at UN serve no purposeRediff.com4 Oct 2017
If we ignore Pakistan and direct our energies to more important issues at the UN, our position against internationalising Kashmir would be strengthened.
Peace and tranquility on the China border remains a distant dreamRediff.com29 Aug 2017
'The only choice we have is to strengthen ourselves militarily and economically and develop friendships with others without alarming our neighbours, says Ambassador T P Sreenivasan.
A Colossus says GoodbyeRediff.com10 Jul 2017
Naresh Chandra -- distinguished civil servant and diplomat -- passed into the ages on Sunday, July 9. Ambassador T P Sreenivasan salutes a patriot like none other.<
Modi's Trump TriumphRediff.com27 Jun 2017
'By the time he came out after nearly five hours, he had a one-to-one conversation with the President, a delegation-level meeting, a reception, a dinner, a tour of the White House and a joint statement of a kind none of his predecessors ever had,' says Ambassador T P Sreenivasan.
Modi-Trump Summit: Truly historic step is unlikelyRediff.com22 Jun 2017
At no other time has a single meeting of the leaders of two democracies been so critical and hazardous.
Why did Trump attack India?Rediff.com3 Jun 2017
Trump's diatribe against India in his speech on the Paris Agreement is hard to explain, especially when a Modi-Trump meeting is supposedly on the cards, says Ambassador T P Sreenivasan.
Wooing Trump: Can Modi do it?Rediff.com26 May 2017
'The success or otherwise of Modi's foreign policy will largely depend on the equation he is likely to strike with Donald Trump.'
100 days of Donald Trump: The method in his madnessRediff.com17 Apr 2017
The world is still figuring out the man as he continues his enigmatic journey towards the first 100 days of his presidency.
Indians in America are victims, not targetsRediff.com30 Mar 2017
Three hate crimes have deepened the fear among South Asians that Trump's rhetoric encouraged violence against them, but there is no evidence that Indians have been specifically targeted, says Ambassador T P Sreenivasan.